Manitoba Provincial Road 311

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Provincial Road 311
Route information
Length: 49 km (30 mi)
Major junctions
West end: PR 200 near Niverville
  PTH 59
PR 216 near New Bothwell
PR 206
PTH 12 at Blumenort
PR 210 at Girioux
East end: PR 302 near Girioux
Location
Towns: Niverville
Highway system

Manitoba provincial highways

PR 310 PR 312

Manitoba Provincial Road 311 (PR 311) is a provincial road in Manitoba, Canada. Most of the highway is within the Rural Municipality of Hanover.

Route description[edit]

PR 311 begins at PR 200 in the R.M. of Ritchot and runs a short distance east to the town of Niverville. After passing through the town, it enters the R.M. of Hanover and continues eastward, intersecting with PTH 59, PR 216, and PR 206. At Blumenort, it meets PTH 12 and turns south, beginning a three kilometer concurrence between the two, after which PR 311 turns east again. It enters into the R.M. of Ste. Anne and continues east until it reaches PR 210 at Girioux. After crossing PR 210, PR 311 becomes a gravel road and continues a short distance further before ending at PR 302.

Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation classifies PR 311 between PTH 59 and Niverville as an RTAC route, which allows full truck and trailer access to the town.[1]

PR 311's junctions with PTH 59 and PR 206 are well known for having among the highest vehicle collision rates in the region.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Manitoba Highway Classification System
  2. ^ "Crash on 311". Steinbachonline.com. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 

External links[edit]